5-10 minutes after eating wheat toast in the morning the palms of my hands get slightly red and thick and I get itchy sensations on my scalp, side of my upper arms, side of my lower arms, knee caps, around my eyes and forehead area, back, the top of my feet, private area, …; chapped lips or as if I’ve sucked on a mint/lemon; eyes get dry or it feels like I have sand in my eyes; …
I just want to lay in bed and sink into my mind when this happens during the day because I feel so irritated. But I don’t nap because if I take a nap I wake up feeling like death from the sleep inertia, so I just sit upright in my bed and sink into my mind like a type of depression. Then sometimes when laying for too long like this I get this nasty inner feeling that’s hard to explain. It’s partly the sleep inertia but also this sickly feeling or heartburn feeling. I also get up to go to the bathroom a lot if I drank coffee that morning, but it’s mostly small drips as if I spaced out 1 regular pee sessions with like 5 very small pee sessions. I don’t feel thirsty, but I just drink water out of habit to wet my lips.
When I sometimes eat in the evening before going to bed I now wake up with skin indentations on my arms and even face from my bed’s sheets. Mast cell activation?
This happens when I even eat a handful of peanuts or even eggs. But with those I also develop a slight sore throat. The worse reaction I ever had is when I tried eating kale or when I took a methylfolate supplement. I woke up in the morning in a state of panic and it felt like my lips or tongue were becoming swollen or as if I had ants under my skin. I had so many skin indentations on my arms, face, and chest from my bed sheets and my airways and nose felt like I was breathing fire during the night . I just took a Benadryl pill and walked around my room until I grounded myself mentally. My eyes were also very red and dry that morning.
I always feel too like a jump rope or jogging session and/or a cold shower is the solution.
edit- I jogged for 30 minutes and did 7 minutes of jump rope and took a cold shower and feel better, but the itchiness is still there. The palms of my hands still feel thick.